Kennedy bore burden of legacy
In late November of 1979, I flew to Iowa with Edward Moore Kennedy. He was in first class and I was in coach, but at some point an aide came back and summoned me forward. I opened my notebook and asked a string of boilerplate questions: Why are you running for president and why couldn't you give television newsman Roger Mudd the reason when he interviewed you, and what about inflation?
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